Coach

C-10 Podcast: Steven Screen, Ep. 150

In this episode, we’re excited to be joined by someone who’s helped shape some of the things we do at C You In The Major Leagues on the fundraising side. Steven Screen is the co-founder and creative director at The Better Fundraising Company, which launched 10 years ago this month in the Seattle area. And he’s been with other agencies that work with nonprofits during a 31-year career. CYITML Executive Director Matt Fulks — who’s … Read more

C-10 Podcast: Jeff Chadiha, Ep. 149

  You might know the name Jeff (or Jeffri) Chadiha from his time at Sports Illustrated or ESPN, or what he’s doing now at the NFL Network. But Jeff, who makes his home in the Kansas City area, is a great spark for several nonprofits in the KC community. In fact, he’s been vital to several things we’ve done at C You In The Major Leagues during the past seven or eight years. He was … Read more

C-10 Podcast: Jonathan Jones, Ep. 123

This week on the C-10 Podcast we’re talking with Jonathan Jones, the Cultural Conversation Leader at DEMDACO. What does a Cultural Conversation Leader do? And just what is DEMDACO? We’ll find that out momentarily. Jonathan has been with DEMDACO since September 2006. He joined the company to help its leaders focus on their mission and culture. As part of that, in full disclosure, DEMDACO — thanks to Jonathan — has been a sponsor at our … Read more

C-10 Podcast: Larry Holley, Ep. 84

This is the 84th episode of the C-10 Podcast. Our first episode was about two years and a week ago, on May 14, 2020. Well, this week we’re doing something we’ve not done before in the previous 83 episodes covering two years and a week. We are going to replay an interview that we originally posted in December 2020 — episode 32 to be exact. It may seem odd, considering you could go through our … Read more

C-10 Podcast: Joe Ungashick, Ep. 77

  This month’s “C” word for our C-10 students and mentors is Coach. In the C You In The Major Leagues vernacular, Coach means someone who understands the big picture; is an independent thinker; a good self-evaluator; and offers enthusiasm. Joe Ungashick certainly fits all of those, whether the receiver was an employee for Joe’s nearly 30 years at Shick, or a fellow CEO or a friend or a mentee. Ungashick is the retired CEO … Read more

C-10 Podcast: John Dehan, Ep. 64

  Our “C” word for this week is COACH. In the “C” You In the Major Leagues vernacular, a COACH in leadership is someone who is an independent thinker, understands the big picture, is a good self-evaluator and offers enthusiasm. With the fall high school sports season upon us, we thought this would be a great time to chat with John Dehan about that word COACH. No, John isn’t a coach — at least not … Read more

C-10 Podcast: Toby Cook, Ep. 60

  Our “C” word for this week is COACH. In the “C” You In The Major Leagues vernacular, a COACH understands the game, so to speak, is an independent thinker, a good self evaluator, and offers enthusiasm. This week’s guest certainly fits that. Shoot, anyone who does a good job in public relations, helps personify that definition of COACH. If you’re a Kansas Citian, you likely recognize the name Toby Cook. He spent more than … Read more

C-10 Podcast: Mark Garrett, Ep. 27

  Mark Garrett has been the Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer for Blue KC since July 2019. Before that, he had distinguished careers in leadership with Smithfield-Farmland Foods, Kansas City Public Schools, Hallmark Cards, and he’s on the board for the Kansas City Chamber of Commerce. This week we talk about Mark’s leadership background, a time when he struck out and when he hit a home run as a leader, what you can do … Read more

COACH: Herb Brooks (via Ken Morrow) Part 2

There aren’t many sporting events that have stuck with Americans as a whole as much as the U.S. Olympic hockey team’s win over the Soviet Union in 1980, and then subsequent gold medal win over Finland two days later. This month’s CYITML “C” word has COACH, which is someone who understands the game; is an independent thinker; a good self-evaluator; and offers enthusiasm. That can apply to our daily lives at home or at work, … Read more

COACH: Herb Brooks (via Ken Morrow), Part 1

There aren’t many sporting events that have stuck with Americans as a whole as much as the U.S. Olympic hockey team’s win over the Soviet Union in 1980, and then subsequent gold medal win over Finland two days later. For those of us of a certain age, it’s one of those “I know where I was when…” moments. Keep in mind, for historical perspective, this was a seemingly simple hockey game between a bunch of … Read more

COACH: Raul Ibanez

This month’s “C” word is COACH, which, in the “C” You In The Major Leagues lexicon means that a person understands the game; is an independent thinker; is a good self-evaluator; and offers enthusiasm. As the Royals hit September, the last full month of the regular season, it’s a good time to look at a player from 2014 who fits the term COACH perfectly: Raul Ibanez. Raul Ibanez had been a productive player for the … Read more